Accumulation and Integration in Seamless Knowledge

Accumulation and Integration in Seamless Knowledge

Shigeki Sugiyama (University of Gifu, Japan) and Junji Suzuki (PITS, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/jabim.2012040101
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Society is in the era of globalization. Communication methods include transfers among commodities, facilities, information, systems, thought, knowledge, etc., causing many interactions among society. As a result of these situations, an individual’s world can be altered, causing multi dipoles. Currently, an individual is able to get as much information as he or she desires. But on the other hand, individuals are also losing information, goods, foods, etc., without recognizing how much is lost. The authors believe under these situations almost everything in the world may be interfering with one another in a multitude of ways. This phenomenon will aggressively continue. This paper studies the problems caused by these situations and proposes a method to resolve some of the problems caused by these situations: Accumulation and Integration in Seamless Knowledge.
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1. Introduction

We have now so many kinds of tool, system, software, hardware, knowledge, thought, idea, principle, theory, and knowledge linked with internetworking by information technologies that have been facilitating human actions in cases at Dense Interference Space (DIS). DIS is a place where so many people or information is gathered randomly unintentionally on a networking or at a physical place. In the Interfering One Another (IOA) at DIS, we will be able to take any action, for example, manufacturing fine goods, transporting goods, reducing a cost, solving a problem in managing a company, keeping an environment as they should be, making money, getting an information, making a new idea, learning, communicating, knowing, creating, diverging, etc. DIS could be appearing anywhere with any idea at any time purposely or coincidentally as long as a history tells us in the networked societies. DIS may have an influential aspect in guiding a social and a technical direction without giving us any intention beforehand. This tendency cannot be stopped by anybody with any idea under the conventional ideas, thoughts, knowledge, and actions even though some want to avoid the tendency.

In the present societies under these situations as mentioned above, there should be bearing various sorts of and many levels of DIS here and there. Some of them are brand new ones with a brand new knowledge, and others are mixed with new knowledge and conventional ones, and another are with stuck of “obsoledge” (“obsoledge” meaning “obsolete” + “knowledge”) (Toffler & Toffler, 2010).

Under this circumstance, any output of a service processing at DIS, for example, will be easily affected goodly or badly by Handling Method of Knowledge (HMOK), Handling Method of Knowledge Value (HMKV), and Intelligence of Knowledge (IOK) itself.

Technically speaking, we are now under “Techno National,” “Techno Hybrid,” and “Techno Global.” Under these situations, industries have been transferring their production spots to abroad from a developed country in order to reduce a production cost and a labor cost. As a result of this, some of technologies of industries in those countries should be fading away, and what is more, a deflation will be going on in those countries. Under these situations, ordinal machines equipped industries and traditional production methods used industries may have a hard time for surviving at the places where they used to have situated at. On the other hand, it is not so easy matter to create a new industry or a company in the replace of the conventional companies.

However, at present, we could and can think of some of the methods to overcome these problems and the situations for surviving. They are shown below:

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